It's possible that the PSL has pulled players away from SF Softball, but the numbers here don't add up to a full explanation for what Gaggero has seen. It helped inspire other cities to start gay softball leagues, which eventually led to the North American Gay Amateur Athletic Alliance. The Knockers, pictured here in Aside from pulling in the occasional straight player as the World Series team controversially didit's ultimately helping overall interest and not a main factor in SF Softball's numerical decline. Scott Fields, allow drinking at games.
Games are played seven days a week, including nights on weekdays and throughout Saturdays and Sundays.
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Should the bid go through, however, the tournament will likely take place outside of San Francisco. The league just kept growing and growing and growing. The SF Dawgs in Gaggero has some possible reasons for the lack of interest in softball expressed by the current cohort of able-bodied 20 and somethings. But Gaggero remains somewhat optimistic, predicting that the league will stay level around teams rather than continuing to decline. The San Francisco Lawyers Softball League has been around for more than four decades, and has helped ease the inevitable tensions between district attorneys, public defenders and competing firms. Because a majority of the teams were sponsored by local bars, minors had previously been prohibited from playing in the league.
While you can find references to the PSL going back more than a decade, the league has existed in its current incarnation since Games are played seven days a week, including nights on weekdays and throughout Saturdays and Sundays. Organized softball in San Francisco sprouted out of that afternoon of fun, and the community softball league was established inmaking it one of the oldest gay sports' leagues in the nation. There were high heel races and drinking and things like that, but someone brought some softballs and bats. It's when city softball peaked, at least. The league just kept growing and growing and growing.